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Jacques T. Brunt is an itinerant preacher, teacher, and evangelist in the Netherlands. He is married to Annette, and they have three children: Levi, Boaz, and Jesse. Jacques' ministry can be divided into three specific areas. He is a leader and teacher for Heart Cry Netherlands, he is a teacher in his local Baptist church in Alblasserdam, and he is an itinerant preacher throughout the Netherlands. In this report he shares with us some of the joys and sorrows that he and his family have experienced over the past months, and gives us an opportunity to labor with him in our prayers for Holland. He has also added a short video, thanking those who support this ministry through prayer and giving.... Keep Reading

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Peter Schild: April Missions Report

Posted May 7, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Peter is working to plant a church in Frankfurt and also serves as a member of the church in Wetzlar. Throughout the week, he and his co-worker, Nathanael Armisen, are teaching, preaching and evangelizing in the streets. In this report he gives us an update on the last month of ministry, and gives us several pointed areas in which we can be joining with them in prayer for their Gospel efforts in Germany.... Keep Reading

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Always Abounding in the Work of the Lord

Posted April 9, 2015  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

An Update from George Serban Thank God for His help that we had this month. As workers sometimes feel lonely and discouraged, God is with us in every moment of our lives as He promised that He will never leave us. When we realize this, we receive the strength to get over any obstacles we encounter. Our eyes must be directed toward Christ and whatever we do must do it for His glory.  When our gaze is directed at us, we lose sight of the purpose for which we exist.  We live to bri... Keep Reading

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Emanuel Ivan, Serving in Italy

Posted April 8, 2015  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Emanuel Ivan and his wife, Camy, serve in the old city of Florence, Italy, where he pastors a church made up of Romanian and Gypsy believers.  Brother Ivan is a good example of integrity as he consistently demonstrates a godly charater that combines gentleness, humility and faithfulness to God. In a recent update, our brother has asked us to pray for some upcoming outreach opportunities in his area. He shares, "We started to do a mission outreach in the big city of Prato that has a populat... Keep Reading

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Daniel Norén - March Missions Report

Posted April 6, 2015  by: Daniel Norén |0 Comments

Daniel is a native Swede living and ministering in Bergsjön, which is a suburb of Gothenburg. This is an immigrant area with 144 nationalities and many unreached people groups represented. Daniel is passionate to reach out both to immigrants and his fellow Swedes. Daniel is serving as an elder in the church plant, Gothenburg International Baptist Church.... Keep Reading

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Christians Help Their Ukrainian Brothers

Posted April 2, 2015  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

In his recent report, Sorin Prodan, HeartCry's Eastern European coordinator, relates the uneasiness that exists in Eastern Europe over the clash of ploitical regimes in Russia and Ukraine.  Although the national crisis continues, God is doing a marvelous work in the lives of believers in Brasov to help the Ukrainian people:  "As you know, the conflict in Ukraine continues. We pray and fast that the Lord will bring peace in Eastern Europe. Russia is not a friend of Romania as the leade... Keep Reading

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Providence Church Update

Posted April 2, 2015  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Sorin Prodan, pastor of Providence Church of Brasov, Romania, gives us an update of the work.   "Our ministry in Brasov is growing continually. There is a sense of God's presence, and a spirit of fervent prayer in our people. We continued our 40 days fasting and prayer time that ended on the last day of February. Each person confessed how the Lord touched their life in specific ways or in specific areas. Our focus was on seeking the Lord, and preparing for a great harvest. Prayer has becom... Keep Reading

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Pray for Providence Church's Building Project

Posted April 2, 2015  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Brother Sorin Prodan shares in a recent report about their desire to relocate the Church because of packed conditions in their services and a desire to be centrally located in the city for evangelistic purposes: "Our church is in great need of a location. Our building has been packed over the past few months when we met. We began to look for a place and found one of the best properties in the whole city, being located right by the City Hall. The owner has completed the project with all the ... Keep Reading

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A Witnessing Opportunity

Posted April 2, 2015  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Costel Ghioanca, our HeartCry missionary in Bucharest, Romania, pastors Adonai Church. While the growth of the church has been very slow, Costel and his people continue to sow the seed of the gospel in faith. Recently, he shared the following story of a witnessing opportunity that he had with a Roman Catholic lady: “It took me about one year to get to this point, but it happened this month. I can see that she is very religious. She has an icon with the Virgin Mary even on her laptop... Keep Reading

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Europe Missions Update

Posted February 26, 2015  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

EUROPE UPDATEThe Currins From January 13 – February 3, Cindy and I had the privilege of representing HeartCry across Western Europe. We visited and interviewed some of our HeartCry missionaries, spoke in various conferences and became acquainted with a new church plant in Switzerland. Although the weather was very cold, the fellowship and hunger for truth from the saints more than motivated us during our travel. NORWAY Our first stop was Stavenger, Norway, for the Back to the Word Confe... Keep Reading

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